Association of Colleges’ mental health and wellbeing charter
A public pledge can be a good way to demonstrate that mental health and wellbeing is a priority in your organisation. This charter provides a short, clear set of principles that colleges can commit to in promoting good mental health of both staff and students.
A public pledge can be a useful way to demonstrate that mental health and wellbeing is a priority in your organisation. The Association of Colleges has produced a set of short, clear commitments that further education, sixth form, tertiary and specialist colleges can make, to show that they take the mental health of both staff and students seriously.
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Charter covers a range of areas: from providing mental health training to staff, to creating an open and inclusive ethos, to promoting physical activity, to providing or signposting to targeted individual mental health support. It’s a one-page poster that you can easily print and display.